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Jun 04, 2013 14:14 |  #2761

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Jun 08, 2013 15:47 as a reply to  @ maurotandoi's post |  #2762

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Jun 08, 2013 16:06 |  #2763

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Just curious, You guys using hoods? Keep it on always? I havent used a hood on my primes or 70-200 in ages but not sure how flare is on wide TS-E. The width of this hood makes it a b*tch to pack in bag.

Still in the box. I tried it once. My 24tse has a lee adaptor ring permanently attached and a lee lens cap on.


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Jun 08, 2013 18:28 |  #2764

Hey guys, I figured I would pop in here and let everyone know I haven't died. The trip is still going well and we've just arrived back in the desert where we'll be spending the next two weeks before heading back home for a much needed break. We're approaching day 200 of being on the road, I could seriously do this forever.

I finally found some wildflowers after months of being too late or too early. Take care everyone and keep up the good work!

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Jun 08, 2013 19:26 |  #2765

Totally superb capture ^^, would make a fantastic enlarged wall print. AWESOME


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Jun 08, 2013 19:39 as a reply to  @ macvisual's post |  #2766

^^I agree, just awesome.


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Jun 08, 2013 20:57 |  #2767

jmarshphoto wrote in post #16012420 (external link)
Hey guys, I figured I would pop in here and let everyone know I haven't died. The trip is still going well and we've just arrived back in the desert where we'll be spending the next two weeks before heading back home for a much needed break. We're approaching day 200 of being on the road, I could seriously do this forever.

I finally found some wildflowers after months of being too late or too early. Take care everyone and keep up the good work!

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OMG ! that is perfect


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Jun 08, 2013 22:42 |  #2768

Awesome shot, Jordan.

200 days on the road??? How on earth....?


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Jun 08, 2013 23:26 |  #2769

Thanks guys :)

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Awesome shot, Jordan.

200 days on the road??? How on earth....?

It took 3 years of saving money. Then I walked away from a pretty well paying photo job with the Dept. of Defense. It was tough, nerve wrecking, and possibly a huge mistake. But I don't regret it for one minute. As cool as the job sounds when I told people what I did, it just wasn't making me happy. At this point in my life I guess I just want to live for a living, if that makes any sense : )


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Jun 08, 2013 23:34 |  #2770

jmarshphoto wrote in post #16012954 (external link)
Thanks guys :)

It took 3 years of saving money. Then I walked away from a pretty well paying photo job with the Dept. of Defense. It was tough, nerve wrecking, and possibly a huge mistake. But I don't regret it for one minute. As cool as the job sounds when I told people what I did, it just wasn't making me happy. At this point in my life I guess I just want to live for a living, if that makes any sense : )

Makes perfect sense. That green glow you see is envy. :cool:


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Jun 09, 2013 00:10 |  #2771

jmarshphoto wrote in post #16012954 (external link)
Thanks guys :)

It took 3 years of saving money. Then I walked away from a pretty well paying photo job with the Dept. of Defense. It was tough, nerve wrecking, and possibly a huge mistake. But I don't regret it for one minute. As cool as the job sounds when I told people what I did, it just wasn't making me happy. At this point in my life I guess I just want to live for a living, if that makes any sense : )

That's awesome, I'm taking a year off from my job starting at the end of the month, although I'm not going to do a 200 day trip I hope to be able to get out there and see a bit more (always keeping my TS-E 24 with me!)

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Jun 09, 2013 10:29 |  #2772

jmarshphoto wrote in post #16012954 (external link)
Thanks guys :)

It took 3 years of saving money. Then I walked away from a pretty well paying photo job with the Dept. of Defense. It was tough, nerve wrecking, and possibly a huge mistake. But I don't regret it for one minute. As cool as the job sounds when I told people what I did, it just wasn't making me happy. At this point in my life I guess I just want to live for a living, if that makes any sense : )

Respect. Only work to live, never live to work. I hope you continue to inspire others.


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Jun 09, 2013 11:51 |  #2773

^^^Nice shot. Where were you standing to shoot that?


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Jun 09, 2013 15:15 |  #2774

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Respect. Only work to live, never live to work. I hope you continue to inspire others.


I just recently acquired a Canon 2.0x III Extender, with the intention of using it often on this lens. I used it on this photo, and I'll note when I've attached it on other photos. Big thanks to AnnieMac who nudged me to get one - I'm enjoying it so far.

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Great shot, interesting idea of putting an extender on this lens, I usually think of wanting to get as wide as possible with it.


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Jun 10, 2013 02:39 |  #2775

Thanks! Here's another one (I used this extender a fair bit on this trip):

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